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Beginning with influential aspects of nineteenth-century physics, Einstein's Wake qualifies the notion that Einstein alone was responsible for literary "relativity"; it goes on to examine the fine detail of his legacy in literary appropriations of scientific metaphors, with particular attention to Virginia Woolf, D. H. Lawrence, Wyndham Lewis, and T. S. Eliot.
|1||The Specialist, the Generalist, and the Populist||26|
|2||Things Fall Apart: The Secret Agent and Literary Entropy||58|
|3||Descriptionism: Consuming Sensations||83|
|4||An Entente Cordiale? The New Relations of Literature and Science||111|
|5||Invisible Men and Fractured Atoms||146|
|6||Simultaneity: A Return Ticket to Waterloo||170|